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" ... lawful, than the state was compelled to take part in the multifarious quarrels of the Christians. Hardly had Constantine issued the edict of tolerance, than he was summoning the bishops to Aries (314), even from remote Britain, that they might, if... "
The History of English Law Before the Time of Edward I. - Sivu 4
tekijä(t) Frederick Pollock, Frederic William Maitland - 1899 - 1379 sivua
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The Law Quarterly Review, Nide 14

1898
...from remote Britain, that they might, if this were possible, make peace in the church of Africa 6. In the history of law, as well as in the history of...Into the debates of the spiritual parliaments of the empire7 go whatever juristic ability and whatever power of organization are left among mankind. The...

Select Essays in Anglo-American Legal History, Nide 1

Association of American Law Schools - 1907
...even from remote Britain, that they might, if this were possible, make peace in the church of Africa.6 In the history of law, as well as in the history of...debates of the spiritual parliaments of the empire 7 go what'KrUger, op. clt. 277 ff.; Karlowa, op. cit. i. 941 ff. It is thought that the original edition...

The Continental Legal History Series, Nide 1

1912
...even from remote Britain, that they might, if this were possible, make peace in the church of Africa. In the history of law, as well as in the history of...Empire go whatever juristic ability and whatever power oi organization was left among mankind. The new supernatural jurisprudence was finding another mode...

A General Survey of Events, Sources, Persons, and Movements in Continental ...

1912 - 754 sivua
...that they might, if this were possible, make peace in the church of Africa. In the history of law^ js well as in the history of dogma, the fourth century...juristic ability and whatever power of organization was left among mankind. The new supernatural jurisprudence was finding another mode of utterance; the...

The History of English Law, Nide 1

Frederick Pollock (Sir)), Frederic William Maitland
...even from remote Britain, that they might, if this were possible, make peace in the church of Africa*. In the history of law, as well as in the history of...legislator, perhaps a more important legislator than the emperor4. In 380 Theodosius himself commanded that all the peoples which owned his sway should follow,...
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